The Vibram FiveFingers shoe line takes a minimalist approach to barefooting.
These one-of-a-kind barefoot shoes are not only fun to wear… they’re practical too!
FiveFingers barefoot shoes are available in men’s and women’s sizes, and they come in a wide variety of colors.
The best part: They hug your foot (including your toes!) like no other shoes can.
3 Types Of FiveFingers Barefoot Shoes:
#1 – CLASSIC BAREFOOT SHOE
Non-marking Vibram TC1 performance rubber soles protect your feet and provide a sure grip over a variety of terrain. A thin, abrasion-resistant stretch polyamide fabric fits low on the foot – for comfort and quick drying.
BEST FOR: Trekking, Travel, Pose Method or Chi Running, Fitness Training, Yoga, Pilates, Sailing, Boating
Must see video: Vibram FiveFingers Classic vs Sprint
#2 – SPRINT BAREFOOT SHOE
The most versatile, secure-fitting FiveFingers product. Hook and loop closures along the heel and instep provide a comfortable secure fit. A thin, abrasion-resistant stretch polyamide fabric fits low on the foot – for comfort and quick drying. A flexible, non-marking TC1 performance rubber sole is razor-siped to enhance grip over a variety of terrain.
BEST FOR: Light Hiking, Trekking, Travel, Pose Method or Chi Running, Fitness Training, Yoga, Pilates, Sailing, Boating, Kayaking, Canoeing, Surfing, Windsurfing, Kiteboarding, Flats
Must read review: Vibram FiveFinters KSO vs Sprint
#3 – SURGE BAREFOOT SHOE
Has a 1.2mm neoprene lining — the world standard in thermal insulation for in-water activities. Three adjustable strap closures provide the secure comfortable fit needed in fast moving water. A non-marking Vibram TC1 performance rubber sole is razor-siped for flexibility and slip resistance over a variety of surfaces.
BEST FOR: Sailing, Kayaking, Surfing, Windsurfing, Kiteboarding, Flats Fishing
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